Honda has updated the coupe-shaped Avancier crossoverMarch 26, 2020
Like many other brands, Honda sells models that are completely unknown in some markets.
One such model is the Avancier, a crossover created on the basis of Concept D, with which Honda already announced in 2015 a crossover with a relatively steep sloping roof line that was almost ready for release. And now the company is going to modernize it a bit.
The 4.82-meter Honda Avancier is being built by a joint venture between Honda and the GAC in China. It is noteworthy that the car is also built as part of another Dongfeng-Honda partnership. For convenience, the latest version is called UR-V and visually differs from Avancier only in details.
Avancier’s visual changes do not seem very radical. Honda gives the crossover a new grille and bumper with trim around the fog lights. The taillights are slightly flatter in shape and layout.
As for the engine line, the Chinese also did not make major changes. The Avancier is currently available with a 1.5-liter turbocharged 193-hp unit. Top options use a 2.0-liter turbo engine that raises power to 272 hp.
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